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March 04th 2016:Kissing Frogs and the Legacy of Service

Building programs that have lasting benefits are the result of people working together toward a common goal. From inception to execution and follow-on, the process is fundamentally the same. Terry Geiling will walk us through some of the service projects in which he was personally involved:

- Fisher House Project
- The Jonas Project
- The Rotary Polio Immunization Project
- Gold Star Manor Development Project

Terry will share his insights and observations about each of these undertakings. We can learn key points about what it takes to assure succ

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Terry Geiling

When Terry Geiling took his first assignment as a young man aboard a submarine in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, he knew he was about to embark on a mission of courage, duty and honor. His mission, forever grounded in his dedication to duty, continues to this day as a visionary business and community leader, philanthropist, family man, proud veteran, and entrepreneur. One of Terry’s most important missions began when he took the post of President and CEO of the American Gold Star Manor, a senior retirement facility for mothers who have lost children in the line of duty and for U.S. veterans. He is also a founding board member of the Jonas Project, which helps turn veteran-entrepreneurs into high-impa
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